CLAY: We are hanging out here at our affiliate in Salt Lake City, in studio together today and tomorrow. Appreciate all of you who listen all over the country, including in all — well, I should say all throughout the state of Ohio. We’ve got massive audiences all throughout the state of Ohio. We appreciate you there.
I want to hit you with a little bit of sports news because it’s probably going to be at the top of many different news angles today. Deshaun Watson, a quarterback now for the Cleveland Browns, formerly of the Houston Texans, before that played college football at Clemson, he has been suspended, he has agreed alongside of the NFL to a suspension of 11 games and a fine of $5 million, one of the largest suspensions and fines that has ever existed in the history of the NFL.
Buck, he was accused by 30 different women of sexual impropriety related to massages perform some of those women filed civil lawsuits, which has since been settled. No criminal charges were ever brought, but he has now been traded to the Cleveland Browns. He will be eligible to play after an 11-game suspension, that news coming down right about time we started the show today.
For those of you like me who are big NFL fans, who are football fans, who are big college football fans, this has been one of the looming stories that is out there. So just letting you know. I know a lot of you out there are big sports fans and have followed that story. As always, go to OutKick.com. They will cover sports, we will cover sports in a way that will not drive you insane. I still am involved in running that site, although Fox bought it from me. Okay. So legal issues. I’m assuming, Buck, you do not have a strong take to the Deshaun Watson suspension.
BUCK: I was unfamiliar with him and his career until about 30 seconds ago so.
CLAY: There you go.